Book Reviews

September 24, 2023

In a Quiet Town by Amber Garza (Review by Jessica Heatherly)

4 stars This book had me at the edge of my seat, wondering how everything fit together and what was going to happen next. The story […]
September 22, 2023

The Love Plot by Samantha Young (Review by Amanda Gavigan)

5 Stars Who knew that you could meet the man of your dreams dressed as Merida at a children’s birthday party? Star Shine Meadows loves to […]
September 18, 2023

Twisted by Maggie Giles (Review by Shantell Krystal)

Rating 5/5 This book is a “Twisted” and tangled story of women who appear to have their lives together, but when strange things start happening, we […]
September 18, 2023

Dedicated: A Christmas to Remember by Beverly Jenkins

Beverly Jenkins upcoming novel, A Christmas to Remember, is number 11 in the Blessings Series. I admittedly have not read the first 10 books in this […]
September 17, 2023

Dedicated: Christmas at Corgi Cove by Annie England Noblin

These dogs always make me think of the Queen of England as she loved her Corgis. I wonder where those dogs are now…. Living at Buckingham […]
September 16, 2023

Chenneville by Paulette Jiles (Review by Stacey Lorenson)

Book Rating:  5.0 Chenneville is a sweeping psychological suspense novel set in the post-Civil War era. The Confederate army surrendered, Lincoln had been assassinated, and the […]
September 16, 2023

Dedicated: Midnight at The Christmas Bookshop by Jenny Colgan

I’m a huge Jenny Colgan fan; in my mind she can do no wrong. Couple that with the words “Book Shop” in the book’s title and […]
September 15, 2023

Dedicated: Christmas in Painted Pony Creek by Linda Lael Miller

Another book in a series: book four this time. Who doesn’t love a small town story – and a cowboy, can’t forget the cowboy! Tessa Stafford […]
September 14, 2023

Escape to Florence by Kat Devereaux (Review by Danielle Urban)

Rating: 5-stars Escape to Florence by Kat Devereaux is an epic journey of one young lady’s resistance efforts during World War II. Her story disappears along […]